Arginine Metabolism in Myeloid Cells Shapes Innate and Adaptive Immunity

Abstract

Arginine metabolism has been a key catabolic and anabolic process throughout the evolution of the immune response. Accruing evidence indicates that arginine-catabolizing enzymes, mainly nitric oxide synthases and arginases, are closely integrated with the control of immune response under physiological and pathological conditions. Myeloid cells are major… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fimmu.2017.00093

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